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The Best Honeymoon Destinations in Mauritius
Whether you want to spend your days lazing on a sun-kissed tropical beach, or whiling away the time with some retail therapy and excellent food and drink, Mauritius has something for you. The island can be divided into the East, West, North, and South Coast regions, but you also have the choice of the spectacular Central area of the island.
The Central Region
The temperatures in the central area of Mauritius tend to be a little cooler than the coastal regions so is perfect for those Southern hemisphere summer months of November to March. The central plateau, at 400m above sea level, is home to the majority of the population and it's here that you'll find the vibrant towns of Port Louis and Quatre Bornes, along with luscious forests, deep cool lakes, and even a dormant volcano to explore.
Luxury hotels dot the beautiful coastline of East Mauritius. This area is the image of the brochure photos. Just imagine waking up to a vision of a stunning emerald-hued lagoon with a curve of white sand stretching as far as the eye can see. This side of the island is also blessed with cooling winds all year round which makes it the ideal choice for watersport enthusiasts.
A mix of Africa meets Asia awaits you on Mauritius' west coast. The shallow, sheltered beaches hold secrets for snorkelers, swimmers and sailors to enjoy, but head inland and discover statues of Hindu gods carved from stone and the Casela Eco Park where African animals roam and delight visitors. It is here you will be enthralled by the unique Coloured Earths of Charamel, a natural phenomenon of brightly coloured sand and earth - not to be missed.
North Mauritius is a beach lover's paradise. Laze away your days in the sun before heading out to choose how to spend your evening at any one of the hundreds of restaurants, bars and clubs that are found here. This is where you will find the best nightlife of Mauritius.
Rugged, rocky and wild coastlines scrape the sky and sea in the south of the island to give you a sweeping panorama like no other. The coastal road grips the side of the mountainous landscape as it twists and turns amongst sugar cane plantations, local villages and roadside stalls to deliver you to hidden beaches and the huge sweeping arena-like bay of Grand Port.
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What to Do on Your Honeymoon in Mauritius
With its amazing beaches and sweeping coastlines, there are many watersports opportunities for every ability, but Mauritius also has a few unique surprises that make it truly stand out as a honeymoon destination.
Get Romantic Under the Stars
Poste Lafayette is a small lagoon in the east which is said to have the best view of the Milky Way in the Southern hemisphere. The small bay, Bras d'Eau, that sits inside the lagoon is unique as it is the only place in Mauritius where you can sit and watch a coastal sunset, then, a few hours later, view the sunrise by just turning your head.
The waters around much of Mauritius are perfect for sailing. You can charter a private yacht or sailboat with a crew for the day and use their local knowledge to discover hidden beaches, watch dolphins or just relax on board and soak up the atmosphere. At sunset, look to the west and try to catch a glimpse of the legendary 'green flash' as the sunset meets the sea on the horizon.
Experience a Mauritius Safari
The Casela World of Adventures eco-park is a haven for wildlife, especially African big game. Enjoy a unique day on a safari with an expert guide as you get up close to lions, cheetahs, Bengal tigers and lynx, alongside giant tortoises, giraffes and other majestic creatures.
Discover the Heart of Mauritius
Head inland and get a real feeling of island life. From the affluent historic mansion of Eureka House (know locally as, 'La Maison Creole'), with its famous 109 doors to the many rooms showing how the landowners once lived, to the thriving and colourful markets of Quatre Bornes and Rose Hill where you will find the most beautiful, blazing colours of textiles, saris and other clothing all at bargain prices.
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Frequently Asked Questions
How much does holiday accommodation for Mauritius Honeymoon cost?
You can find a brilliant holiday rental within the average price range of £76 - £104, with great discounts of as much as 45% available!
What types of holiday accommodation are available for Mauritius Honeymoon?
There's plenty of variety available when it comes to holiday accommodation for Mauritius Honeymoon, with 1,287 Apartment rentals and 432 House rentals on offer.
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